Lisa Weiss, Ginger Lee: Weiner Women and Porny Messages Continue to Surface
As you might expect, women are now turning up to confess their Internet dalliances with Representative Anthony Weiner, who conducted relationships with at least six ladies. Along with 26-year-old Texas mom Meagan Broussard, there's Las Vegas blackjack dealer Lisa Weiss, 40, who according to RadarOnline had a nine-month sexting relationship with Weiner, sharing 220 messages, often during work hours. (Weiss also says she had phone sex with Weiner while he was on a government phone; when she called him back on the number, she got a message saying it was an outgoing Congress line only.) Their conversations are pretty much what you'd expect, porny, corny, and kinda yuck. "At their height, the pair traded 69 rude messages in one sitting." Mmhm.
Ginger Lee, former porn star
Some high (or low) lights, via the New York Post, which has compiled a March 16 Facebook exchange ever so nicely:
WEINER: ridiculous bulge in my shorts now. wanna see?
WEISS: Yea! can u send a pic? I want to sit on your c- -k so bad right now.
WEINER: jeez, im rushing. let me take a quick pic
WEISS: awesome . . . how do I get it? right on here?
WEISS: how r u gonna go to work with a raging hard on?
WEINER: it wont go away. and now im taking pics of it, making me harder still
WEISS: so hot! u are making me wet again.
WEINER: jeez, i have to go. ill hit you later
WEINER: off to the shower. this thing is bobbing up and down
WEISS: aahhh . . . wish I was in the shower with you to help
WEINER: you give good head?
WEISS: Ive been told really good . . . and i love doing it
WEINER: wow a jewish girl who sucks [bleep]. this thing is ready to do damage
Now Weiner's not returning her messages. Obviously. But she's still a supporter!
Then we have Ginger Lee, the former porn star that Weiner sexted for "a long period of time." TMZ reports that Weiner coached Lee when the story initially came out, urging her to lie and emailing her asking if she needed PR help from his team. (As TMZ points out, this could be another ethics issue if his PR team comes from his Congressional staff.)
His advice, via email on June 1:
"The key is to have a short, thought out statement that tackles the top line questions and then refer people back to it. Have a couple of iterations of: 'This is silly. Like so many others, I follow Rep. Weiner on Twitter. I don't know him and have never met him. He briefly followed me and sent me a dm saying thank you for the follow. That's it.'"
A day later, he sent a proposed statement to give the press:
"I have nothing to do with the situation involving Rep Weiner. I follow his twitter feed. And for a brief time he followed me. Much has been made of the fact that I have posted about my admiration for Rep Weiner and his politics. All I can say about that is that I'm a fan of his. Rep. Weiner sent me one short direct message thanking me for following him. I have never met Rep. Weiner and he has never sent me anything innappopriate (sic) ..."
From the looks of the weepy, sniffling man who addressed the press yesterday to admit and apologize (including to Andrew Breitbart, for the love of God), what a difference a few days make.